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Paid Notice: Deaths PORTER, H. BOONE

1999-07-08T05:00:00+0000

PORTER-H. Boone. The Rev. Dr. Canon H. Boone Porter, one of the Episcopal Church's most influential priests and thinkers and whose many achievements include the 1979 revision of the Book of Common Prayer, died on Saturday, June 5. An author, artist, educator and philanthropist, he was 76 and lived in Southport, Connecticut. The vision of the Rev. Dr. Canon H. Boone Porter's 44 years of ordained ministry aimed to revitalize the Episcopal Church through education, liturgical reform and inclusion o ...


Lloyd Porter, Cafe Owner Who Found Joy in Everyone, Dies at 49

2020-05-22T15:57:32+0000

An actor transplanted from California, he and his wife opened Bread Stuy, a bakery and cafe that became a local gathering spot.


Lloyd Porter, Cafe Owner Who Found Joy in Everyone, Dies at 49

2020-05-22T15:57:32+0000

An actor transplanted from California, he and his wife opened Bread Stuy, a bakery and cafe that became a local gathering spot.


Andrew Porter, New Yorker Classical Music Critic, Dies at 86

2015-04-04T03:18:39+0000

Mr. Porter, who also pieced together a restored version of ““Don Carlos,” directed operas as well, and translated librettos from the many languages he knew.


Charlie Porter, an Adventurer Scaling Rock and Sailing Seas, Is Dead at 63

2014-03-15T21:42:57+0000

Mr. Porter, a self-taught adventurer and climate scientist, was most famous for the climbing routes he devised up El Capitan in Yosemite National Park in the early 1970s.


Bill Porter, an Exceptional Salesman Who Inspired a Film, Dies at 81

2013-12-10T01:39:02+0000

Mr. Porter, who had cerebral palsy, was the inspiration for “Door to Door,” a 2002 TV film starring William H. Macy.


Stephen Porter, Theater Director, Dies at 87

2013-06-20T02:10:06+0000

Mr. Porter was a theater director who dusted off classic plays by the likes of Molière and Shaw and honed them as “the realism of another time.”


Porter Wagoner, Singer, Dies at 80

2007-10-30T04:00:00+0000

Porter Wagoner was a country singer who mixed rhinestone suits, a towering pompadour and cornball jokes with direct, simple songs over a career best known for his partnership with Dolly Parton.


Porter Wagoner, country singer, dies at 80

2007-10-29T05:00:00+0000

Porter Wagoner, a country singer who mixed rhinestone suits, a towering pompadour and cornball jokes with direct, simple songs over a career best known for his partnership with Dolly Parton, died last night in Nashville. He was 80.


Paid Notice: Deaths PORTER, ALICE I.

2006-05-19T05:00:00+0000

PORTER--Alice I., 89. Of NYC, died May 4, 2006. Memorial service Monday, May 22, 11:30 AM, Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church.



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Wed, 21 Feb 2024 20:07:28 +0000

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Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:20:00 +0000

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Charles V. Hamilton, an Apostle of ‘Black Power,’ Dies at 94

Wed, 21 Feb 2024 20:08:03 +0000

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